Powers of an advocate Subsection (1) gives an independent mental health advocate powers to visit and interview patients in private, and those professionally concerned with a patient’s treatment. But, as is to be expected, the patient is entitled to decline advocacy help (subsection (5)). The advocate also has power to require production of records related […]
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